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Biden and the Public Lands

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On December 2, 2020
One of the critical issues the Biden administration faces is rolling back Trump’s horror show on the public lands. What can we expect? Betsy Robblee, conservation and advocacy director for The Mountaineers, has already drafted a guide to what the new administration means for the outdoors community and a detailed set of policy goals that […]
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This odd editorial in Bloomberg requires a discussion. Basically, it explores the problem of fast fashion and particularly its environmental impact. Fair enough, these are problems. But the framing is bizarre because it bemoans the decline of the international used clothing market, where rich white people used to just dump their unwanted clothes on the […]

Rattlers

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On July 10, 2020

For all the hiking I’ve done, I’ve ever only seen a rattlesnake once and that was when I was driving across Wyoming and one was doing its crazy sidewinder slither across the road. I did ho

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The Decline of Louisiana

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On May 23, 2020
The loss of the Louisiana marshes is not only an ecological disaster of truly horrible implications, but also seriously threatens the future of New Orleans. And it’s probably too late now to stop its loss. Rising seas are likely to overwhelm the wetlands that line the coast of Louisiana, destroying the protection they offer the […]
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